Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Melaka. This charming city is a UNESCO world heritage site, with a rich trading history and multicultural heritage. Melaka is a rewarding town to explore and is about two hours from Kuala Lumpur.
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4 based on 39 reviews
Went there first time, warm welcome from owner. Gave us the pesto bread complementary as he said our steak would take some time to prepare. Yummy pesto bread! Steak were nice n juicy, big portions of vegetables n crispy onion rings too. Overall, we enjoyed our meal there with the warm n generous service from the boss himself!!
4 based on 107 reviews
Sirocco Italian Restaurant is a specialty dinning outlet at the award winning Holiday Inn Melaka offering guests a cozy and comfortable place to wine and dine. The restaurant caters to family, business travelers or even to couples who are looking for a ro
Dined there one night after seeing great reviews. They had a wood fire oven yet they used pre-made biscuit crust for the pizza! A smaller than average pizza size as well. Bread station lots of variety but bread was hard and stale. Pastas salty overcooked, not al dente. Risotto is like porridge. Very wet and runny. Service is the only thing good unfortunately. For the price, this is not the quality I expected at a Holiday Inn restaurant. As an IHG member who has eaten at the groupâs many restaurants, this has got to be one of the worst.
4 based on 43 reviews
Our cafe Noah Art is one of the very few HALAL food restaurant in the heart of Jonker area in Melaka. Its located 200 meters from the main jonker walk and faces the beautiful 200 year old mosque known as Masjid Kling. This is an Art Cafe concept. We displ
Situated opposite the historic Kampung Kling mosque, this Muslim cafe is popular with tourists and locals. We ordered grilled chicken, fish and chips, chicken and beef burgers.The orders were efficiently processed and we started to indulge: the grilled chicken chop was nicely done an came on a bed of carrot slivers bathed in mayonnaise, mashed potato and beansprouts.Fish and chips were generous cuts of dory fish dunked in garlic sauce. The burgers were thick and meat well done but were a challenge to finish.We could not resist the signature Musang King durian cendol for dessert: a bowl of coconut milk where a half submerged durian jutted out like an island in a sea of white; one has to trawl the coconut milk to get to the green cendol and beans. What a treat it was as we attacked the durian but less coconut milk would be better to enjoy this decadent sweetness.Service was efficient and polite, the hostess ensuring our orders came quickly despite the crowd.
Come dine with us as we serve delicious barbeque and sides in a comfortable environment with great drinks. We are located in the heart of central Malacca :)
A hidden bar just by the road. Loving the Iberico Pork Belly and Honey Balsamic Salad was a must too! This combination which donât really feel sinful for on-diet-person! And, price was reasonable for the food with great interior environment as in Malacca. Will be back for sure!
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